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Styling the worker: Gender and the commodification of language in
the globalized service economy.
Journal of Sociolinguistics4:323–47.
Dubois, Sylvie, &
When the music changes, you change too: Gender and language change
in Cajun English.
Language Variation and Change11:287–314.
Adolescent social structure and the spread of linguistic
Language in Society17:183–207.
Eckert, Penelope, &
Think practically and look locally: Language and gender as
Annual Review of Anthropology21:461–90.
Peasant men can't get wives: Language change and sex roles in a
Language in Society7:1–16.
Gold, Thomas B.
Go with your feelings: Hong Kong and Taiwan popular culture in
The concept of “Greater China”: Themes, variations and
Linguistics and hegemony in China.
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Globalization, the new economy, and the commodification of language
Journal of Sociolinguistics7:473–92.
Styling locally, styling globally: What does it mean?Journal of Sociolinguistics3:542–56.
Khan, Azizur Rahman;
Riskin, Carl; &
Household income and its distribution in China.
The social motivation of a sound change.
Milroy, Lesley, &
Social network and social class: Toward an integrated
Language in Society21:1–26.
Identity constructions in mulilingual advertising.
Language in Society30:158–36.
Workers, managers, and the state.
Wong, Andrew, &
The linguistic construction of the tóngzhì
Journal of Linguistic Anthropology10:248–78.
Woolard, Kathryn A.
Language variation and cultural hegemony.